- Beach Road upgrade to reduce traffic congestion
Work to improve road capacity and safety in Batemans Bay is expected to reduce traffic congestion and travel times.
- Acquisition policy is state of the art
The shire’s art collection has been redrawn so it will capture and reflect the cultural sensibilities of Eurobodalla.
- Ranger stall at Narooma’s Dogs Day Out
Eurobodalla Council rangers will hold a stall at this Saturday’s Dogs Day Out event in Narooma.
- Free session on avoiding scams
Legal Aid NSW will present free information sessions at Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma libraries next week on how residents can protect themselves from scams.
- CatBib means no natives on moggy menu
The CatBib has been scientifically proven to stop more than 80 per cent of cats from catching birds and reduces small-animal hunting by almost half.
- Shire’s operational plan up for comment
Residents are invited to comment on Eurobodalla Council’s planned projects, budgets, rates and charges for 2019-20.
- Mentors are Ydrive’s driving force
Eurobodalla Council’s Ydrive program is changing lives but more mentors are needed to help some of the shire’s disadvantage youth get mobile.
- Tree-change planning leaves landholders free from confusion
Eurobodalla Council is seeking community feedback on changes to two documents pertaining to tree removal in the shire.
- Dogs on beaches changes in effect today
Changes to the arrangements for dogs on beaches come into effect today.
- Leading nature up the garden path
Many residents across the shire are already using native plants to create stunning gardens – havens for wildlife and humans alike – and you can too.
- What’s the hula-hoopla about Family Week?
Gather up your family for some quality time and lots of fun at Family Week events right across the shire.
- Get in quick for Local Hero Awards nominations
Eurobodalla residents have until this Friday to nominate deserving locals for Eurobodalla Council’s Local Hero Awards.
- Rocky ramp under repair at Moruya
The Moruya Boat Ramp will be closed during working hours from Monday 6 to Friday 10 May while repairs are made to the rock wall and pontoon.
- Making plans for the heart of Narooma
Planning to set the future direction for the open spaces in the heart of Narooma is underway.
- Major Mogo park upgrade set to begin
Council has been working with the Mogo community on plans to transform the Mogo Sports Oval into a new recreation park.
- Poo pipe pulled through perfectly
Work will resume at Long Beach after Easter to connect the recently installed rising sewer main to the sewage network.
- Playground upgrade at Tuross Head
Tuross Head residents and visitors will soon have a bigger and better playground to enjoy at Evans Road Reserve.
- Mayor’s Writing Competition, deadline looming
Aspiring young wordsmiths have just two weeks until entries for the 2019 Mayor's Writing Competition close.
- Universal connection a repeat star at the Bas
Energy matters to Jennifer Hawkins. The Narooma artist delves into issues around over-population and mass extinction in the latest exhibition at the Bas.
- Don’t let recyclables go to waste
There’s plenty of household waste which doesn’t belong in your yellow-lid bin but can be dropped at the shire’s waste-management facilities for recycling.
- Boat-ramp car park ready to launch
Holiday makers and locals can enjoy upgraded car-park facilities at the South Durras boat ramp this Easter.
- Ranger patrols increase on local beaches
Responding to community request, Council rangers increased their presence on Eurobodalla beaches over summer.
- Botanical bargains at Easter Fair
The annual Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden Giant Plant Sale and Easter Fairs a fun day out with something for everyone and plenty of garden bargains to be had.
- Show We Care by throwing away old habits
The We Care movement is catching on, with Eurobodalla consumers and food businesses embracing eco-friendly alternatives
- Artists invited to show at the Bas in 2020
Submissions are now open for artists looking to exhibit at Moruya’s new Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre in 2020.
- Funding assistance for youth-oriented projects
Community groups seeking assistance to fund youth-oriented projects are invited to apply for one of our Youth Development Grants.
- Council’s Code of Meeting Practice on public exhibition
Proposed changes to Eurobodalla Council’s Code of Meeting Practice is on public exhibition for community feedback.
- Mayor targets Batemans Bay store closure
Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes met with representatives of Target Australia to discuss concerns about store closures.
- Bamboozled in the garden
Bamboo's lush foliage provides shelter and privacy in the garden but preparation is key to contain its invasive habit.
- Mayor calls for bipartisan support for highways, water
Shire Mayor Liz Innes has welcomed Australian Government commitments to upgrade the Princes and Kings highways and called on the opposition to match the funding.